Truro Heritage

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Get hands on with history

If you have a passion for history, Our Great Little City is the place to be.

A good place to begin is the Royal Cornwall Museum. The museum tells fascinating stories through their exhibitions and collections, whilst also giving visitors an insight into Truro’s past. The museum is home to an extensive mineral and mining collection, which is one of the best in the world.

In all four corners of Truro, you will be able to glimpse the three spires of Truro Cathedral. Its stunning Victorian stained glass windows are some of the finest in the country, and its Gothic Revival architecture will be sure to impress you.

Whilst visiting us, you can even explore your own Cornish connections. The Cornwall Family History Society can help trace your family tree and find your Cornish roots.

Local Faith

Churches in Truro

To help you find a place of worship in Our Great Little City we have listed the links below aiming to let you find out times of services, meetings, how to attend online services, or book for a service.

Your Options:

If you’d prefer to go on a self-guided tour around the city, then pop into our shop on Boscawen Street and grab yourselves a copy of ‘Truro Little City – Big History’ by Blue Badge Guides Diana Smith & Dawn Suri.
With over 300,000 heritage objects in the care of the Royal Cornwall Museum, there is plenty to keep you enthralled during your visit.
Visit the iconic Cathedral that is situated in the heart of Truro. It is one attraction that is not to be missed!
Join Bert Biscoe on one of his popular walking tours and find out more about Our Great Little City.
The 2024 Cathedral Organ Recital Series welcomes first-rate organists to play Truro’s acclaimed Father Willis Organ.
Trelissick House and Garden are positioned in one of the most spectacular locations with stunning views looking over the Fal River and towards Falmouth, all within easy reach of Truro.
The Cornwall Family History Society provides a research service run by volunteers with experience in family history research.
Join a guided walk of Truro with a local Blue Badge Guide